Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Israel Calls 'My Heart Is There' By MILDRED IIARKEIt Herald News Service MAGRATH Miss Marguer- ita Spencer will return to Is- rael soon to continue her work as a physiotherapist. "My heart is there and I want to stay to help these peo- ple." Miss Spencer first went to that country in 1966. She spoke of her experiences at a recent meeting of the Ma- grath First Ward LDS Church. She spoke briefly in Hebrew and hopes to master the lan- guage. "From the moment I saw the lovely blue and red flowers on the hillside." I loved the coun- try." Despite heavy defence expen- ditures, the country is leaping ahead. Ninety five per cent of the budget is for defence, she said. The rest builds new factories, hospitals, schools. They are put anywhere but on arable land. It is such a small country, it is came in here. Where is Everyone was busy but woard is in the throes of re- structuring a. co ordinating commiltee for the Sportplex. Earlier a fund-raising com- mittee was formed. Bill Holmes is the chairman. It was indicated to council here should be a co-ordinating ommittee, with two sub-com- mittees. They would be for und-raising (or finance) and wilding. Mayor A. F. Blakie recently innounced that Ben R e i m e r will represent council on rec- reation. For the past year the portfolio was handled by coun- cillor Frank F. Wiens. The mayor and the fund- raising chairman have been given the authority to handle Sportplex funds. This includes cheque signing and other relat- ed matters. Arrangements are under way to have all funds in two ac- counts in the local bank. Two accounts are to be set up. One is the investing type, to obtain the best interest possible, while the other is to be current to meet expenses which arise. Taber MD Vole Set TABER (HNS) Elections will be held in two divisions ol Tiber Municipal District No. f as the result of nominations 'iled with returning officer R. Wesley Jensen Wednesday. Ronald S. Johnson, Barnwell, was returned to office by ac- clamation for Division well-Cranford area. In Division 3 Fincastle- Lake area, veteran Nephi J. Jensen incum- >cnt, and contender Mike Ohashi were nominated. Incumbent Benjamin Friesen and Peter Unrah were nominat- ed for Division 7, Vauxhall north area. Elections will be held in the wo divisions four, weeks from nomination day, Nov. 25. Visit Countries TURIN (HNS) Paul Juhar >f Turin and Jerry Hargas of Calgary returned recently from a six-week holiday in Czecho- slovakia and Austria. While in Czechoslovakia they visited rel- atives and friends. MEETS NOV. Z COALDALE (HNS) The oaldale Community Hospital Vomen's Auxiliary will meet at p.m. Monday, Nov. 2 in the ospital boardroom. Trailer Court COALDALE (HNS) There will be further discussion in council regarding the proposed trailer court development by Jeaune Iwaasa. Councillors appointed to meet with Mr. Iwaasa are Ben Rei- mer, Hans Pfeffel, Ron Low and Mayor A. F. Blakie, in charge of town planning. The site under consideration is land now oulsida of the town's west limits. Liquor Store Application Gets Nod COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently agreed to make application to the Alberta Li- quor Control Board to establish a liquor store here. The motion by councillor Hans Pfeffel was carried with a vote of four in favor and j three opposed. .A plebiscite was held in the recent election. A total of 62 I per cent of the voters were in favor: Shower Honors Miss McFall ETZIKOM (HNS) A show-1 with a floral bouquet and a er was in _ the Etzikom j cake decorated in yellow ro- settes topped with two while lovebirds and the inscription Georgia and Joe. Honored "guests were her mother, Mrs. Opal McFall; two aunts, Mrs. Ruth McFall Community Hall to honor Miss Georgia McFall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George McFall. Mrs. Mike (Alice) Ondrik in- troduced everyone. Pink and white wedding bells were placed above the gift table. The bride- to-be's name was written in red rosettes. Several piano selections and a requested song by her first music teacher, Mrs. Charlie of Medicine Hat, Mrs. Wilfred (Loma) Ball of Montreal; three great aunts, Mrs. Delia Salmon of Lethbridge, Mrs. Alfred Rudd of Medicine Hat, Mrs. Eugene Gibson of Bow Island, and her cousin, Mrs. Dean Cooper of Raymond. Karren Wins Masters Degree TABER (HNS) Keil John Karren, son of Mr. anc Five Contest 2 MD Seats CLARESHOLM inations closed with five men seeking two seats on the coun- cil of the MD of Willow Creek. John Zoeternan was elected by acclamation to Division 3 lo- cated north-east of Fort Mac- leod. Elmer Driver, Wayne Bur- (Delores) Hougan comprised j Mrs. Clinton H. Karren of Ta the program. Assisting Miss McFall were Mrs. Bill (Louise) Lynn Wutzke and Mrs. Helga Mathews who also fashioned a hat out of the ribbons and bows. A cousin, Mrs. Beverly Cooper, recorded the gifts while Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson was in charge of the guest book. Rose bowls of ers graced each guest table at lunchtime. The head table was centred Prepaid Services COALDALE (HNS) A com- plete report on the proposed prepaid services policy will be prepared. Councillor LeRon Low, in bank and John Housenga were charge of the town water and nominated in Division f located department, will pre- south of Fort Macleod. I sent it at a future council meet- Tom Blunden, the veteran The exact regulations by which the policy is to be gov- erned is now to be established. Council is always faced with subdivisions which require the services. The town cannot bor- row for main water and sewer lines. councillor, decided not to run this year. Incumbent Ellis Oviatt is seeking re-election in Division 7 in the Parkknd district and s being opposed by Harvey Cherniak, a district farmer. Election is set for Nov. 23. OES Marks Anniversary By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN Minerva Chap- ter, Order of the Eastern Star marked ils 50th annlversarj j here at the October meeting. James A. Park gave a his- torical resume of the order dur- ing the past 50 years. Gladys Bannan of Blair- more; past grand patrpn H. Stretton and Mrs. I. Norrie, both of Lethbridge, also spoke. Gifts were presented to the Coleman order by neighboring chapters. A birthday cake was cut by Catherine Garner and Kate Johnston. Soloist for the meet- ing was Mrs. C. Pettifor of Cal- gary accompanied by pianist Helen Marcolin of Bellevue. An anniversary ball was held in the Elks Hall. Visitors were welcomed by worthy matron Doreen Colwell and worthy patron George Jen- kins. ber, received his master of science degree with a major in health sciences during the sum- mer convocation exercises at the Brigham Young University at Proyo, Utah. Mr. Karren, his wife, son and daughter, are now residing at Rexburg, Idaho, where he is a professor in health sciences at Ricks College. Future plans for the Karrens include pursuing a doctorate in Allied Medical Professions at Ohio Stats University, Colum- bus, Ohio. Tea, Bazaar BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Circle of Service of the Blairmore United Church has announced a tea and bazaar will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the church auditorium Saturday Oct. 31. The event will feature a sale of home baMjig, handiwork and novelties. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. H PHONE 328-76S4MH Walker's Special Old. Hiram Walker's Special Old Canadian Whisky wins taste, wins ox smoothness, wins popularity. Make yours Special Old. You can't lose. The Winner.